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... just down the street. We had seen the outside during our walking tour but decided to head over and get a look inside. The Cathedral was built in the 1800's by King Frederick II who was quite progressive considering that this was after the Reformation. Inside, the church was quite bare and oddly circular. It was devoid of ornamentation and the typical statuary of Catholic churches. What proved to be the real treat, however, was the concert that ...
... told to roll a dice to see what the cover charge would be. Went in a found this pumping reggae club, where we stayed for another hour. Essentially, well played Berlin. The next day was a more serious day, I headed into the holocaust victims memorial. This is a brilliantly heartbreaking experience and I think that everyone should go there and remake sure that we never forget what happened in World War II. Then there were more beers and kebabs! And I was off to ...
... of the Cold War. Built by the goverment of the DDR to prevent East Germans from escaping to the West, most of the Berlin Wall has been demolished since the border between East and West Berlin opened in 1989. Berlin after the war After the second world war, defeated Germany was divided up into 4 parts: an American, British, French and Soviet occupation zone. Berlin was also divided into 4 sectors. In 1948, the Soviet authorities tried to annex the whole city and started a blockade ...
... was lovely. He took us, an American lady and 2 ladies from Dubai. One lady was terrible on the Segway as she didn't know how to stop. Two times Kevin had to jump off his Segway and stop her from running into the oncoming traffic! We couldn't believe that she had no idea.
The tour was fantastic. It was a 4 hour tour and ...
... DHM; German History Museum. This was an excellent museum in my opinion. Covering from 200BC, all the way to present day, about Germany's history. Paintings, stories, artifacts, maps and movies. There was a stack of information to absorb. The ladies found much of it a bit dry, Natalie enjoying the modern history around the World Wars.
Time to give the brain a breather, on to the Berlin Aquarium, Sea Life. As far as aquariums go, it was better than ...